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Canary Smart Home Security Shows Off Its Smartphone App For The First Time

Photo Apr 18, 12 50 11 PM Canary has had a big year. After smashing through its Indiegogo campaign goal and picking up an extra $ 10 million in VC funding, the company is nearly ready to ship its home security product. Due to a couple of hurdles, Canary units won’t arrive until “this summer,” but to tide us over, the team has given us our first real look at the complementary smartphone application. Read More

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Canary Smart Home Security Shows Off Its Smartphone App For The First Time

Photo Apr 18, 12 50 11 PM Canary has had a big year. After smashing through its Indiegogo campaign goal and picking up an extra $ 10 million in VC funding, the company is nearly ready to ship its home security product. Due to a couple of hurdles, Canary units won’t arrive until “this summer,” but to tide us over, the team has given us our first real look at the complementary smartphone application. Read More

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Canary Smart Home Security Shows Off Its Smartphone App For The First Time

Photo Apr 18, 12 50 11 PM Canary has had a big year. After smashing through its Indiegogo campaign goal and picking up an extra $ 10 million in VC funding, the company is nearly ready to ship its home security product. Due to a couple of hurdles, Canary units won’t arrive until “this summer,” but to tide us over, the team has given us our first real look at the complementary smartphone application. Read More

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Canary Smart Home Security Shows Off Its Smartphone App For The First Time

Photo Apr 18, 12 50 11 PM Canary has had a big year. After smashing through its Indiegogo campaign goal and picking up an extra $ 10 million in VC funding, the company is nearly ready to ship its home security product. Due to a couple of hurdles, Canary units won’t arrive until “this summer,” but to tide us over, the team has given us our first real look at the complementary smartphone application. Read More

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Canary Smart Home Security Shows Off Its Smartphone App For The First Time

Photo Apr 18, 12 50 11 PM Canary has had a big year. After smashing through its Indiegogo campaign goal and picking up an extra $ 10 million in VC funding, the company is nearly ready to ship its home security product. Due to a couple of hurdles, Canary units won’t arrive until “this summer,” but to tide us over, the team has given us our first real look at the complementary smartphone application. Read More

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Sonys shows world thinnest OLED-Display

Sony shows an OLED (organic light emitting diode) screen that’s just one-fifth of a millimeter thick. The prototype screen was on show at last week’s Display…

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Kuka Video Shows Robot Taking on Champion Ping Pong Player

Kuka Video Shows Robot Taking on Champion Ping Pong Player

An ad recently surfaced online showing the Kuka robot taking on Timo Boll who is referred to as one of the greatest table tennis players in the world. It’s t…
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Yahoo now shows Yelp reviews when you’re searching for local businesses

Google has long made it easy to find reviews of local businesses in its search results, but you’ve been out of luck if you prefer Yahoo. You won’t have much trouble scouting those locations after today, though. As hinted earlier this year, Yahoo has…

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Google Play Games for Android now shows you who wants to play

Google Play Games just became much, much more useful for avid Android gamers. A newly released update to Google’s entertainment hub lets you see all your invitations; it’s now much clearer that someone wants to play. The upgrade also shows you a…

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Video shows off Microsoft’s Cortana virtual assistant in action

“Hi there. I’m Cortana. I can help make life a bit easier for you.” These are the first words of Microsoft’s still unannounced virtual assistant codenamed “Cortana,” according to a new video leaked by UnleashThePhones.com. If it’s true, this is the…

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